Guido DiGregorio joins Catapult Groups as Group Leader

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DiGregorio will launch inaugural group in Silicon Valley

Las Vegas, NV, October 27, 2014 – Catapult Groups, a peer advisory firm for CEOs and business owners today announced Guido DiGregorio as Group Leader in the Palo Alto, California region. DiGregorio joined the firm on October 2, 2014. In his new role, DiGregorio will be responsible for building a peer group of 12-14 Chief Executives, company Presidents, and business Owners, each from non-competing industries, who will meet in monthly mastermind sessions to work on growth strategies, operational challenges, and results-oriented processes. In addition, Mr. DiGregorio will provide mentorship and executive coaching to his Catapult Groups members. This marks the inaugural group to be launched by Catapult Groups in Silicon Valley.

“Catapult Groups is excited to enter a market rich in talent, innovation and ingenuity,” stated Catapult Groups CEO Brad Mishlove. “I’m confident that Mr. DiGregorio’s decades of experience working in various cultural, political, social and competitive environments will prove to be unparalleled and unmatched among CEO mentors in the Silicon Valley. In an area abundant in high tech, Catapult Groups and Mr. DiGregorio look forward to providing a high-touch experience that will leave an impact for decades to come.”

Mr. DiGregorio brings over 30 years of experience, at the full P&L level of responsibility, to his role as Group Leader. He began his career with General Electric (GE) as a Graduate of both GE’s Financial Management Program (FMP) and the Technical Marketing Program (TMP). Throughout his nearly two decades with GE, Mr. DiGregorio held a variety of positions culminating with his role as General Manager – Industrial Controls Division, where he assumed P&L responsibilities for $135 million in worldwide sales.

In addition to his roles with GE, Mr. DiGregorio also has served in the capacity of President, CEO, or Chairman at both private and public firms where he successfully established or restored profitability and accelerated sales growth. He has generated over a billion dollars in investor profits.

Mr. DiGregorio holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Trine University and is a graduate of GE’s two-year Financial Management Program (FMP).

Brad Mishlove